The aside, mentioned in the final sentence of Eysenbach and Diepgen's article1 "Patients Looking for Information on the Internet and Seeking Teleadvice," gives an insight into the problem these authors are having resolving their publication's main issue. They think of unsolicited e-mail as an "issue that is not covered by any professional code."
The economist and the accountant have a philosophy that quickly guides their daily transactions: for them, this is not a question: "Time is money."
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